Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: John F. Kennedy Dallas, Texas

John F. Kennedy Memorial


John F. Kennedy's Motorcade Route

Texas School Book Depository

Dealey Plaza

The First Shot


Grassy Knoll

The Second Shot

Excerpt from John F. Kennedy's speech he never gave
(click photo to read)



Rest In Peace President Kennedy
1917-1963
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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Berdoll Pecan Candy & Gift Company Cedar Creek, Texas



Harry with Ms. Pearl the Squirrel


Who's ready for pecan pie?  Raise your paw high!

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Tylee's Review



As we approach the end of our 30 day Tylee's food challenge, we decided that although the food is great quality, and the dogs loved it, we're switching back to making our own food.  We didn't notice any major changes in our dogs coat, or over all well being.  Our vet suggested any major changes may take more than 30 days to become noticeable.  Our dogs are already fed a homemade raw diet, so we may not notice any changes at all.  We did love the convenience of this bag food versus having to make our own.  We would recommend this product for pet families thinking of switching to a grain free diet.  It's very easy to use, and the dogs loved it from the very first day.  Brando and Humphrey would like to thank Tylee's and Chewy.com for this opportunity.   

We received this food in exchange for Brando's and Humphrey's opinion.  Thanks Chewy.com!

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Remember When?

He ain't heavy!  He's my brother!

Puppy Marlon Brando and Puppy Humphrey Bogart
 Santa Fe, New Mexico
2011


Friday, April 21, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: NM Highway 285




Harry asks, "What do you think these guys are feuding about?"
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Tylee's Turkey Recipe Dog Food #chewyinfluencer


We are taking part in a 30 day trial of Tylee's Turkey Recipe Food for Dogs.  We are excited to be part of this.  Our dogs are already on raw diet, but we make our own food. 
Chewy.com sent the food frozen on dry ice.  (Our children were thrilled to have the ice for an experiment ;)  We separated the food into individual bags for daily feedings for the week.  This food needs to be defrosted, smaller portions make it easier to defrost. The first thing we noticed about this food, was the terrific aroma.  It smells like fresh cinnamon! As soon as we opened the bag, we had the attention of every animal in the house, including the cat.  The food is very moist, and if it weren't for the strange gray color, it looks appetizing.  There is ample amounts of both fruits, and veggies in the food.  We spotted cranberries, and sweet potatoes, amongst what appears to be a high quality food.  Another important fact that caught our eyes, is this food is not made in China.  In our home, we look for products made in the USA. 

We're looking forward to trying a food that is premade, and healthy. We hope you'll continue to bark along with us on this journey for the next few weeks. 

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Wordless Wednesday With A Few Words



In the late 1920's, concrete arrows, along with lighted beacon towers, were used for U.S. airmail.  Pilots used these arrows to guide the way to their destination.  They were originally painted bright yellow, and on a clear day, the pilot could see the arrow from 1,000 feet above the ground.  These directional arrows are spaced about 10 miles apart, and were 50 to 70 feet in length.  As time passed, and technology developed, the arrows became obsolete.  They were decommissioned in the 1940's. 

This segment is part of the Los Angeles-Amarillo route.  What a great find on Route 66!  It's a bird! It's a plane!  It's Gracie!

Get your kicks on Route 66, and bark along with us!